Event Title

NO IDLE HANDS, WORKS BY DENIS BOOKWALTER (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Location

Cleveland Institute of Art: Joseph McCullough Bldg - 1st Flr Exhibit Space & Gund Bldg. Printmaking Display Area

Event Website

http://www.cia.edu/

Start Date

10-15-2012 12:00 AM

End Date

12-8-2012 12:00 AM

Cost to Attend

Free

Pre-registration required?

No

Contact Information (for registration)

Cleveland Institute of Art

Joseph McCullough – 1st Floor Exhibition Space

11610 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland,OH 44106

216-421-7000

Cleveland Institute of Art

GundBuilding– Printmaking Display Area

11141 East Blvd.

Cleveland,OH 44106

216-421-7000

Event Type

Exhibit

Description

Denise's work is the result of her perpetual pursuit of knowledge and understanding. She approaches her work initially as a scientist approaches their research. First gathering information from primary sources, the search images develop as she follows a considerably less linear path and is attracted by the unexpected and overlooked. The disregarded records, figures or facts merge and become the atypical moments that facilitate her knowledge of materials, technology and objects. These moments nourish intuition and lead to invention. The combination of research, information and play is the subject of her work with prints and artist books.

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Oct 15th, 12:00 AM Dec 8th, 12:00 AM

NO IDLE HANDS, WORKS BY DENIS BOOKWALTER (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Cleveland Institute of Art: Joseph McCullough Bldg - 1st Flr Exhibit Space & Gund Bldg. Printmaking Display Area

Denise's work is the result of her perpetual pursuit of knowledge and understanding. She approaches her work initially as a scientist approaches their research. First gathering information from primary sources, the search images develop as she follows a considerably less linear path and is attracted by the unexpected and overlooked. The disregarded records, figures or facts merge and become the atypical moments that facilitate her knowledge of materials, technology and objects. These moments nourish intuition and lead to invention. The combination of research, information and play is the subject of her work with prints and artist books.

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